International Curriculum


  In order to solve the complex tasks in modern dentistry, it is necessary to correctly use the variety of modern diagnostic and treatment procedures, coordinate an interdisciplinary team and joint search for the best solutions for the patient. The modern specialist should not only meet the basic professional requirements, but also understand the methodology, be able to conduct scientific research and be economically savvy.

The purpose of the Curriculum Program in Biomedical Interdisciplinary Dentistry is to mediate, deepen and promote knowledge that allows to solve problems of diagnosis and therapy of a masticatory organ with functional disorders.




Leading dentists of interdisciplinary teams

What the program is for?

    You will become familiar with modern diagnostic methods and learn how to use them correctly.. 1

    You will learn to compile a detailed treatment plan on the basis of the data obtained with successive stages and discuss it with an interdisciplinary team. 2

    You will be able to implement the treatment plan correctly and consistently, managing and coordinating the team of treating dentists, dental technicians, doctors and therapists. 3

    You will successfully implement more complex methods of treatment in Your practice. 4

Date and place

I module 17.12.18 – 21.12.18 Kyiv
II module 25.03.19 – 29.03.19 Kyiv
III module 3.07.19 – 7.07.19 Kyiv
IV module 16.12.19 – 20.12.19 Stuttgart
V module 3.03.20 – 7.03.20 Kyiv
VI module 7.07.20 – 11.07.20 Kyiv
VII module 24.11.20 – 28.11.20 Kyiv
VIII module specified in the m.I Berlin


Prof. Dr. Gregor Slavicek

Director of program

Prof. Jean-Daniel Orthlieb

Prof. Roberta Cimino

Prof. Armelle Maniere-Ezvan

Prof. Matthias Beck

Dr. Giulia Tanteri, M.Sc.

Dr. Eugenio Tanteri, M.Sc.

Dr. Roberto Carraro, M.Sc.

DT Massimiliano Veronese, B.Sc.

Dr. Annunziato Bisci, M.Sc.

Brief facts

Number of modules - 8
The program starts on - 17.12.18
Duration - 2018-2021
Languages - English, Russian
International accredited master's program FIBAA (120 credit points)


    1Masticatory organ

The evolution of human and the masticatory organ: the masticatory organ; the evolution of human and the masticatory organ; cybernetics; phylogeny and ontogeny; phenotype and genotype.

Structures of the craniomandibular system: craniomandibular system; neuromuscular system; occlusion and articulation; temporomandibular joint.

Functions of the craniomandibular system: the basis of the functions of the masticatory organ; chewing; swallowing; speech, posture; stress management; development of oromandibular functions.

    2Functional analysis

Fundamentals of functional analysis: the theory of functional analysis; general medical history; special stomatological anamnesis; occlusal index; therapeutic value; systematic treatment plan; documentation; historical aspects of functional analysis.

Clinical functional analysis: clinical functional analysis; mental state of the patient; chronic pain; neurological examination; impressions and diagnostic models; face-bow and articulator; articulator mounting.

Description of the clinical case: description of the clinical case; legal aspects; documentation of the results; photodocumentation; presentation of the clinical case and ongoing monitoring; medical records and personal data protection.


Basics of condylography: functional anatomy of the temporomandibular joint; dynamics of movements of the lower jaw; gnathology; mathematical and geometric principles of condylography.

Application of condylography: software and hardware; correct recording of movements of the lower jaw; Data management.

Analysis of condylography: movements of the lower jaw; the hinge axis; systematic analysis of condylography; diagnostics of pathologies; diagnosis of functional disorders.


Basics of cephalometry: X-ray anatomy; assessment of lateral radiography of the skull; evaluation of frontal radiography of the skull; anatomy and points; levels and indications; interpretation; conclusions and therapeutic consequences.

Computer diagnostics: software and hardware for cephalometric analysis; digital analysis; graphical analysis; verbal description; conclusions and therapeutic consequences.

Analysis of the occlusal plane: the determination of various occlusal planes; historical view; functional assessment of the occlusal plane; conclusions and therapeutic consequences.

    5Additional diagnostic methods

Articulator: history of the articulator; principles of the articulator; installation of the articulator; articulator programming; analysis of models; electronic articulator.

Balancing occlusion: preparation and conduct; the correct order of diagnostic equilibration; conclusions and therapeutic consequences.

Wax-up: the fundamentals of wax-up; diagnostic wax-up; wax-up for I, II, and III class and with cross bite.

Interdisciplinary cooperation: interdisciplinary diagnostics; consolidation of results; treatment plan; Initial therapy-systematic review.

    6Diagnosis and treatment plan

Systematic treatment plan: planning, presentation, documentation, treatment plan in interdisciplinary dentistry; control.

    1Definition of craniomandibular dysfunction

Craniomandibular dysfunction: definition of craniomandibular dysfunction; differential diagnosis of craniomandibular dysfunction; functional analysis and craniomandibular dysfunction; initial therapy of patients with craniomandibular dysfunction; final therapy of patients with craniomandibular dysfunction.

Physiology and pathophysiology of the masticatory organ: physiology and pathophysiology of the masticatory organ; physiology and pathophysiology of the neuromuscular system; physiology and pathophysiology of occlusion and articulation.

Special diagnostics: posture, electromyography, biological feedback, visual techniques, ultrasound.

    2Condylografy for experts

Condylography and craniomandibular dysfunction: extended condylography; phenomena of speed; rotation of the lower jaw and hinge axis; occlusal analysis with special reference to the movement of the lower jaw; kinetics of teeth; digital analysis.

Special aspects of condylography: articulator programming; laterotrusive joint head; Re- / De- / Sur- / Pro-trusive movements of the laterotrusive joint head; front positioning; lateral movement of lower jaw.

    3Enhanced cephalometry and VTO (Visual Treatment Objectives)

Extended cephalometry: the basis and extended capabilities of cephalometry.

Compensatory mechanisms: principles of compensation; adaptation-compensation- decompensation; vertical compensation; dentoalveolar compensation; compensatory curves-the Spee curve and the Wilson curve; articulatory compensation.

VTO - presentation of treatment goals: basics and history of VTO; Simulation of treatment and treatment plan.

    4Craniomandibular dysfunction therapy

Occlusal splint: the fundamentals and historical aspects of occlusal splints; the manufacturing process and materials; the use of intraoral splints; bruxism splints.

Equilibration: selective equilibration without changing the position of the lower jaw; selective equilibration with a change in the position of the mandible.

Orthodontic treatment: orthodontic treatment of children; orthodontic treatment of adolescents; orthodontic treatment of adults; orthodontic treatment of patients with craniomandibular dysfunction; removable orthodontic devices; non-removable orthodontic techniques; craniomandibular development; analysis of the tooth frame.

Prosthetics and restorative dentistry: the basic principles; historical aspects; making decisions; implementation of treatment plan; the logic of the order of the stages of treatment; the role of dental technician; interdisciplinary team.

Periodontology and endodontics: the basic principles; historical aspects; making decisions; removal or preservation of teeth; periodontal medicine; endodontics and reconstruction of a devitalized tooth.

Implants and prosthetics on implants: basic principles; historical aspects; making decisions; functional aspects of restorations on implants.

Physiotherapy and physical therapy: the basic principles; historical aspects; making decisions; physiotherapy and physical therapy; physiotherapy and osteopathy.

Importance and the consideration of mental problems: the changed approaches; historical aspects; making decisions; psyche and dysfunction; psyche and chronic pain; psychiatric patients in dentistry.

    5Functional aspects of occlusive therapy

Class I wax-up: basics, special aspects and practical exercises.

Class II wax-up: basics, special aspects and practical exercises.

Class III wax-up: basics, special aspects and practical exercises.

Cross-bite wax-up: basics, special aspects and practical exercises.

Retrusion control wax-up: basics, special aspects and practical exercises.

Set-up: basics, special aspects and practical exercises.

    6Complex interdisciplinary treatment

Systematic treatment and management of the treatment process: presentation of clinical cases; documented own clinical cases, interdisciplinary treatment; control.

Entry conditions


You can be admitted to study if you have a higher medical education as a dentist.

Documents for admission:


Biography with actual photo

Certificate of school education

Diploma of a dentist issued by a higher educational institution

Certificates of specializations


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